The sixth annual Global History Seminar Series took place at the London Global Gateway from February to April 2015. Sponsored by the University of Notre Dame and the Institute of Historical Research, in collaboration with the University of Oxford Centre for Global History, the series brings together experts in world history to discuss and debate cultural, religious, political, and social issues.…
The London Global Gateway is active year round with myriad intellectual and cultural activities including graduate and undergraduate classes, faculty seminars, conferences, workshops, debates, book launches and other events.
Notre Dame undergraduate and graduate students can enhance their educational experience by spending a semester or a year studying in London with lecturers from many British universities and institutions, as well as faculty members from the University of Notre Dame. Notre Dame faculty members use the London Global Gateway to enrich their research and scholarship through collaborations with colleagues at British and European institutions.
The London Global Gateway promotes activities that advance the mission and raise the profile of the University in London and around the world.
On April 1, 2015, London Global Gateway visiting faculty member Richard E. Donnelly (University of Notre Dame) hosted a symposium entitled Preserving Iconic Theatre Costumes: The How and The Why, just one outcome of a 10-year research project on scenic and costume designer Desmond Heeley. The Nanovic Institute for European Studies, The College of Arts and Letters Office of the Dean, the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre, and the London Global Gateway sponsored the event.…